The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World…

The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World…

If there’s anything you read – or share – let this be it. The content of this article has potential to radically shift the world in a variety of positive ways. And as Monsanto would love for this article to not go viral, all we can ask is that you share, share, share the information being presented so that it can reach as many people as possible.

In 2006, a patent was granted to a man named Paul Stamets. Though Paul is the world’s leading mycologist, his patent has received very little attention and exposure. Why is that? Stated by executives in the pesticide industry, this patent represents “the most disruptive technology we have ever witnessed.” And when the executives say disruptive, they are referring to it being disruptive to the chemical pesticides industry.

What has Paul discovered? The mycologist has figured out how to use mother nature’s own creations to keep insects from destroying crops. It’s what is being called SMART pesticides. These pesticides provide safe & nearly permanent solution for controlling over 200,000 species of insects – and all thanks to the ‘magic’ of mushrooms.



Paul does this by taking entomopathogenic Fungi (fungi that destroys insects) and morphs it so it does not produce spores. In turn, this actually attracts the insects who then eat and turn into fungi from the inside out!

The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World...

This patent has potential to revolutionize the way humans grow crops – if it can be allowed to reach mass exposure.

To tolerate the use of pesticides in modern agriculture is to deny evidence proving its detrimental effects against the environment. Such ignorance really can no longer be tolerated. For example, can you imagine a world without bees?

Monsanto’s chemical concoctions which are being sprayed all over farmers’ fields around the world are attributed to the large-scale bee die off. While a growing number of countries are banning Monsanto, it’s still being used in in nations who should be aware of its dangers. To say that new methods need to be implemented before it is too late is an understatement…

Monsanto presently generates $16 billion dollars per year (as reported in 2014), therefore you can be certain they do not want anything interrupting that flow of revenue. Such income gives them nearly limitless resources and abilities to suppress information that may be damaging their reputation.

The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World...

But by becoming educated on the benefits of growing sustainable, organic, and bio-dynamic food, sharing articles like this, and boycotting GMO & herbicide-sprayed crops, the corporate demon may soon get the message.

Here are helpful links to understand more about the incredible patent discussed above:

Here is a link to the patent we are speaking of…

http://www.google.com/patents/US7122176

A list of all the patents Paul has applied for:

http://patents.justia.com/inventor/paul-edward-stamets

Plenty of information about Paul Stamets:

http://www.fungi.com/about-paul-stamets.html

Wikipedia page about Paul Stamets:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Stamets

And finally, here is a TedTalks video by Paul in 2008 called:

6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save The World…

Source: EWAO

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Makes sense in a perfect world. I’m sure the shit stains at the top of the food chain will find a way to kibosh this. Love to see Monsanto go down hard.

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“Diseases and insect infestations are nothing more than nature’s way of saying there is a nutrient deficiency in the plants that makes them nutritionally unfit for higher forms of life to consume.”

http://www.acresusa.com/anatomy-of-life-and-energy-in-agriculture

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Cannot share. Monsanto is evil, and so is this! It is still about killing other life forms for the convenience of humans…

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This story is 5-8 years old and still nothing…

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yeah Ecosnippets … either update this story or STOP posting it

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Kind of curious as to the effect on benificials does this also kill ladybugs, honey bees, predictor wasps and mites

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plants have natural repellents towards bugs, but because of monsanto it would take 10 yrs for the seeds of plants to rejuvenate themselves back into their original state. anyway u look at it, putting chemicals on plants to “get rid of” bugs is not safe for anyone or the environment

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Monsanto is protected by the evil USA government

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GOOD Monsanto is bad.

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Monsanto has shares in hundreds of food production companies. Check out who has the biggest share in Kaloggs.

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I had the pleasure of meeting this incredible man a few years back – he IS the real deal and we must take heed. Pass this on please

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I don’t think Monsanto will let that happen tho ?

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    It is not for them to decide,many countries have now banned monsanto products.

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Wold be incredible if we could defeat Monsanto! This is a wicked, wicked organisation!

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are they safe for pollinators?

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    Actually, the evidence suggests that the various species under consideration show a great deal of specificity and it is possible to select to ensure that pollinators are protected.

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    insects have very similar body structures, I don’t know. I’m a little worried about this. Arn’t the bees dying of some kind of fungus?

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I keep seeing this post but Monsanto is getting bigger than ever.

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Paul ‘discovered’ this, did he? Hardly. The use of entomophagous fungi has been in development for years. The innovation doesn’t lie with the use of the fungi but in improving its efficiency. (Which relies on uptake by the pest, which is fairly low at the moment).

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    To give you two examples predating 2006, when you state he obtained his patent.

    ‘Crop Protection: an international journal of pest, disease and weed control Vol. 22 No.3, 2003, N K Maniania et al. ‘A field trial of the entemogenous fungi Metarhizum anisopliae for control of Thrips tabaci’, pages 553-559

    Phytoparasitica Vol. 30, No.1, 2002, H Azaizeh et al., ‘Biological control of the Western Flower Thrip, Franlianella occidentalis in cucumber using the entemopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae’, pages 18-24.

    Others in the literature too.

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Insects are an important part of growing food, like bees! We don’t want to kill all the insects! We need to build healthy soil

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You realize that Monsanto does not even manufacture insecticides. People for years have been trying to use biopesticides with mixed results. My first job out of college we were looking at fungal agents for just that. That was 36 years ago.

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This is a pretty old story now, Monsanto are still going strong.

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Stephen Charles

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Katharine Pauline Norton

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i really want to fight Monsanto but i feel sad for the little bugs. i hope they don’t do that to me

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Wow! This is amazing.

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That is so much BS. Scientists have been trying to use fungi, bacteria, and viruses as biocontrol agents for over 40 years….with only limited success with specific pests. You realize that Monsanto does not even make pesticides?

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    Sorry, Blair, check out their website…they make herbicides and pesticides.

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    Sherry Schultz Always amazes me when a self-apointed expert who should know better decides to debunk something like an arrogant mouthpiece, only to find out his basic premise is false!

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    I will stand by my statement. Monsanto does not manufacture Pesticides or insecticides. They do manufacture herbicides and some pre-emergence nematocides for seed pretreatment. It is a matter of semantics whether you want to classify an herbicide as a pesticide. There is a pending purchase of Monsanto by Bayer (who is one of the largest chemical manufacturers in the world and that do produce huge quantities of pesticides) BTW , I will be glad to have a serious discussion about biotech, and agriculture as I spent 35 years of my life in the field. The early part of my career involved biological control of Fusarium in tomatoes and ornamentals using siderophore producing soil Pseudomonads. I will be glad to put my personal knowledge up against your Univ of Google degree, any day.

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    This is untrue. They manufacture insecticides. Why would you preface your whole statement with that?

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    Please supply the name of the isecticide that they produce. And I don’t mean GM BT. At one time they produced insecticides but when they bought Pharmacia they sold off the insecticide business. If you can supply me the name of a currently produced insecticides from Monsanto, I will stand corrected.

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    Glyphosate is not an insecticide but a herbicide. Do I need to go into the biochemical differences?

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    Here you go, Blair…please look under “products.” This is where I got my information.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monsanto

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    There is not one insecticide listed under current products. Glyphosate is NOT an insecticide.

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    Crickets. Because Monsanto does not make insecticides LOL.

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    Sandy McConnel I am not self-appointed and I am an expert compared to you Google educated scholars. Monsanto is primarily a seed company and they DO NOT produce pesticides. Please educate yourself.

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    Sandy McConnel self appointed? Spending 35 years in the field makes Blair Kunka an expert, unlike you

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When will this be sold to the public. This is a 2006 patent.

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Robyn Greer show this to Martin….he loves Monsanto!

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yes its good but we do need insects

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WOW… did anyone read what moron Blair Kunka wrote!? My God the trollers have no shame, Monsanto doesn’t make pesticides?!?!! You’re a special kind of idiot aren’t you Blairboy?

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    Wow, What a great argument. Just jump right to the personal attack.

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    Blair Kunka When it’s called for.

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    Wow , yet another example of your poor debating skills.

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    Hey you retards up here. Let me tell you for a FACT in debating with Blair Kunka. You have shown up to an M1 Tank battle with a slingshot. This man IS an expert and knows precisely what he is talking about. Go crawl back in your uneducated holes.

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    Sue Chard I put significant confidence in what Blair Kunka says. You have shown your lack of debating skills by simply calling names, no content or facts!

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    I find Sue Chard ‘s lack of facts disturbing.

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I agree with Claudine! I’ve seen this post for years. Although I thought I also saw this photo with the claim that he discovered a way to biodegrade plastics. GET ON WITH IT!

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Paul Stamets was threatened that he and his family would lose their lives if he ever sold this. So he reluctantly decided not to, and moved to a safe haven in Canada. I personally know someone who has spoken with paul stamets about this.

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If it could, it would have already happened

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If it showed efficacy, some other large company would have bought the patent rights and would have been selling it as well. If it truly worked. Monsanto would buy the rights and sell it. So that leads me to believe that it does not work that well. Anyone can patent anything. That does not prove that it works.

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Big Organic dwarfs Monsanto’s earnings every damn year.

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These comments are worth considering. The masses must start to be heard . Is this real??

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I’ve been seeing this article for a while.. ? When will he finally destroy Monsanto..?

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Monsanto needs to be destroyed and CEO’s, Presidents…..all executed.

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Im calling bullshit, this has been floating about for years, and bugger has ever been done.

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My question would be what happens if people eat the fungus does it over take their biological functions?

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